Water-rich explanets, omnivorous sharks, space station sabotage and a looming deadline for the Opportunity rover.
Recorded live at Surfcoast Skepticamp at Airey’s Inlet, we talk donuts on Mars, tracking dogs with GPS devices, shark culls, shark extinctions and memory loss.
Shark babies kill each other before their even born, fishy gestures, misused science words, genetically modified salmon, and the traces of supernovae in bacteria.
The differences between belly and thigh fat, and a breath test that could detect bacterial infections. Plus Mars colonies, the defensive mechanisms of shark fetuses, and the Whitehouse refuses to build a Death Star!
NASA sends GRAIL shaped beacon to the Moon World-first hybrid sharks found off Australia Violinists can’t tell the difference between.
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